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is saying they believe this attack was quote spontaneous. but the former new york city mayor telling sean hannity why he thinks they went that route. >> i think this is an attempt by the administration, the whole weekend with susan rice and the people that were on television this is an attempt to spin your way out of this. i think they wanted a narrative they copied al qaeda the al qaeda was feeted the killing of bin laden meant the killing of al qaeda. that isn't true. al qaeda is extremely dangerous there are related terrorist groups even more dangerous. now they took their eye off the ball. they don't want to be accountable for anything. >> giuliani says this was a planned attack and planned in advance. >> well before you leaf the house this morning it is time again to get the first degree weather forecast with janice dean. your giants are playing my panthers tonight. >> go giants. >> go panthers. fair and balanced this morning. >> take a look at some of the temperatures slowly starting to creep down from our friends in canada. it will be fall this weekend officially. thursday, friday
tuesday, september 18, 2012. i'm shepard smith. o'o'is coming up next, followed by sean hannity and on the record with greta van susteren,th most powerful prime time in all of news as usual begins with mr. bill. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on of the tonight -- >> 47% of the people who -- not everybody. >> liberal america governor romney says the country is becoming a nanny state driven by people who feel entitled. we'll analyze what he said with charles krauthammer. alan colmes and monica crowley. one of the most glamorous women in the world, kate middleton, photographed topless in an outrageous invasion of privacy. she and her husband, prince within, are fighting back. is it legal? on the case (it's happening, people. it's on. here it is. >> bill: jon stewart already in training for the big rumble in washington. >> oh, yeah, it's on! >> bill: when he will debate me live on the internet. he will be here tonight. >> i'm so scared! >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> bill: hi. i'm bill o'reilly. mitt romney, the truth
ago andy williams told sean hannity that bobby kennedy once asked him to be a delegate. >> i can't do this for you. he said why not the? i said because i'm a republic. >> in 1992 he took his theme song and his act to branson, missouri, opening the moan river theater moan river theater. he often said the theme from love story is his favorite song. but it's not the song to which he will be forever linked ♪ moon ♪ moon river wider than ♪ i'm crossing you in style. >> this was on stage in branson, missouri last year that he announced he had bladder cancer. at the time he said it was no longer a death sentence though he stopped taking treatment in late july. and he passed away last night. but you have got to believe, shep, that he will be back some time around christmas. >> shepard: i bet he will. trace gallagher. good stuff. thanks a lot. a new string of apparent cyber attacks today on some of the biggest banks in our nation. and one theory about the suspected culprit is a bit of a surprise to many. plus, we have all seen the play that the replacement refs absolutely blew on monday
's going into weng the presidency after sean hannity's one on one with donnell trump. pop the corn. and in the supreme court, following tradition, many of the supreme court justiced attended a red mass celebrated annually for judges, attorneys, law school students and judges and officials. as for the new term the supreme court is set to take up a slew of cases some dealing with civil rights following the blockbuster decisions we all watched last term, involving immigration and president obama's health care law. shannon bream now with the news from washington. shannon? >> monday kicks off the brand new term in the supreme court and there are a number of controversial disputes awaiting the justices. at least six of nine justices attended the traditional pre-term red mass in washington on sunday, a tradition started back in 1928 in new york, praers for wisdom and inspiration for all members of the judiciary. on monday the court will consider whether nigeria citizens can sue shell oil company in u.s. court for human rights abuses they say the company committed in nigeria, one of the mo
ingram, and sean hannity -- those audiences would vote for obama. the question is do they turn out the numbers needed for romney to win. >> bill: absolutely. >> are they so scared of obama that they will do it no matter what because one option is better in their eyes? they probably will. >> bill: the problem for romney really is, that they have such huge audiences laura rush and george -- >> oh, yeah. >> bill: -- so their voices have a lot of influence. >> they have a lot of influence and i think they tell you something about the direction that a third-party -- a more conservative party is headed. there is a feeling that if romney loses, and the poll suggests that if the election were tomorrow he would lose. they are going to blame their losses on what they would consider a right fringe which is not a fringe because it is a very sizable chunk of audience. >> bill: indeed. dylan buyers for political. join the conversation by calling 866-55-press. dylan i think one of the best authors, best writers of so many areas, the economy and baseball and politics is michael le
with the intel skwhrepbs gatherethe inch with the intelligence gathered so far. bill: they told fox's sean hannity that the white house is hiding from reality. >> they don't want to admit it's a terrorist attack, his policies have failed. >> they he think this is weaker and just this afternoon we hear that the doj is now going to be investigating this incident. sean, these guys are -- >> doj? >> d. o.j. >> criminals. >> and we are preparing a criminal case for the courts? we are at war with us. bill: in addition congressman king questioning the lack of security at the the consulate. the british consulate had been shut down after an assassination attempt on the ambassador there back in june. martha: hundreds of students were taking to the streets in yemen's capitol city denouncing the film cited throughout the protest and demanding that the u.s. ambassador there be expelled. they say they reject any military presents sens presence in yemen. bill: the pentagon now pulling u.s. soldiers out of joint operations in afghanistan, that applies to the soldiers and marines after dozens of nato troop
? >> yeah, that's why you hear sean hannity and rush limbaugh go on and on on about how these polls are wrong. but forget just the head-to-head numbers and look at the other stuff, and what we have seen in poll after poll is just the reality that romney is just not catching hold. people will talk about the enthusiasm of the republican base to get out there and vote. but how firm are you in your support for your guy? for romney it's not only a much lower number, but also if you ask them are you more for that guy or against the other guy. romney's support is about half an by obama support. and that's not the same thing -- i know people can be driven by an mous and the desire to get someone out but it is not the same as supporters. >> bill: yeah like in my book if all they have got is i hate obama, it's good for the base but doesn't get them across the finish line. so how can romney turn this around? >> we have talked about this so much, and everybody talks about the debates -- >> bill: yeah, great first debate -- >> what he can't do is turn this around by campa
far this year. >> caller: because of the sean hannitys and the mark levines and the rush limbaughs and the john gibsons the ideology that they play across television and radio airwaves, a lot of white males tend to follow that. >> bill: they're the biggest listeners of right wing talk radio. but you know, when they hear this stuff why do they believe it? that's what i don't get. why? >> caller: i have no idea mr. press other than lack of education i would guess. >> bill: i would like to point it up to that. horace by the way, the name is bill. no one calls me mr. press except my wife, carol. >> you sound like a white male! >> bill: i sound like a white male on that note. thanks horace, for the call. we're trying to figure this out. seriously, this is a serious problem. i gotta tell you. i apologize again for my race and for my gender. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis
of a third party? caller: yes. you get disgruntled with you hear people like bill oreilly and sean hannity saying ron paul can't win. it every time he gets up to speak he draws a bigger crowds then obama or romney. the motion is amazing. i run into so many people -- you always hear they cannot win. if they could get more coverage other than c-span, c-span are the only people that are fair to third-party people compared to fox or cnn or ms nbc or any of the other ones. i wish more people would watch c-span and educate themselves to receive more votes. host: thank you for the call. one of your saying -- as we said earlier, ross perot sitting down for his first extended interview in many years. an interview conducted in plano, texas on thursday by richard wealth. they were agreeing to have our cameras in the room. it is a 70 minute conversation including david walker, who has been working with him on a number of initiatives to educate voters on issues in the election. the debt and deficit exceed $16 trillion. his article will appear tomorrow in usa today. we will show you an excerpt in just a
to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. sometimes you think you can see in their political coverage a kind of residue from the night before, but on big breaking stories that are not pathological they do fine, so does msnbc. here's my advice. we have to be more proactive as news consumers, everyone. there was a time when you could just be a couch potato. you get up and more, watch all bit of the today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate c
points of view. but it's transparent. they don't try to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. some is see today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate context. and if you do that, you've got a greater range of sources of information than anyone in the history of mankind. any keystroke you can access all the great newspapers, asia, europe, the offerings of the saudi foreign ministry, for example, or look at the economic report of the depar
>> sean: let not your heart be troubled. that's it for this edition of "hannity." we will see you from the dnc convention next week. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, everyone. saturday, september 1st. how did that happen. i'm alisyn camerota. it's the speech everyone is still talking about. clint eastwood's convention surprise. while most hollywood celebs are bashing the speech. one well known person says the reaction is proof of mainstream media bias. >> and the p.c. police are at it again this weekend. the state department wants' you to watch what you say. find out which common phrases could get you a little hot water with the government. >> and babe, sugar lips, honey bunch, talking but, alli. do you have significant other? we are revealing the most hated pet names for your loved ones. "fox & friends" begins right now. sugar lips. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ >> sugar lips. who calls their loved one sugar lips? >> i'm trying to think, do you have a pet name? yes, you do. >> i had one. >> spill it? >> she called me. there is no television show on the program in which i will m
of the campaign, because rush limbaugh sean hannity and bill o'reilly are just going crazy, and it's kind of fun. and look at all of the state-wide polls tammy baldwin beating tommy compson, and there is a decent chance of taking control of the senate. we're not just talking about a wave. we're talking about a tsunami. >> stephanie: i have never seen you quite to chuckly david. you may be enjoying yourself too much. >> i think i am. i'm actually in california at a family event, and combination of california weather and mitt romney has put me in a great mood. >> stephanie: it's funny you said it. this literally has to be one of the worst things i think a candidate has never gotten caught -- it's literally like saying to half of america, [ censor bleep ] you. >> and you can almost excuse it if it was a gaffe or just saying something that pandered to local audience, but there's every indication that mitt romney believes this. we finally got an honest take from him about what he really believes. and his policies have long underscored that he doesn't care about anybody except the
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